Thanks for the reply. I have done this and have learnt that the problem is actually with our outbound SMTP relay server not allowing the message on to the internet. This is because the message sender address has to valid. Does anyone please know how I can change the address of the email sender from within Unity?
You can change the Reciepent Policy in the Exchange server where Unity stores the message.... well let me roll that back... I'm assuming you are using VMO for Unity and you are trying to forward the messages to another Exchange server.
So if your domain is @xyz.com
But your Unity VMO is @zyx.vmo
you can update your Policy to change all Exchange users to this new domain name. Then maybe it will go out from your server. Whats probably happening is that your SMTP server is doing a reverse lookup of @xyz.vmo and realizes it is a bad address and rejects it.
If you don't want to change all users, you can just add a new primary address to Unity_ServerName AD account with Unity_ServerName@yourchoice.com. I just did this. Not seeing any problems, though not TAC supported I understand. Regards, Tim
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